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Recent Coty Reviews

Loose Powders -Coty -airspun loose face powder translucent extra coverage

on 1/11/2018 1:50:00 AM


Holy grail alert. I bought this because I almost run out of my Laura Mercier translucent and have heard so many good things about this powder so I gave it a go. I am glad I did! I use it everyday on myself and other people too when I do their makeup. It makes your skin look smooth and flawless. After foundation, I use this with a soft and fluffy brush.

If your skin is very very oily like mine, you will love this! It also is cheap and so much product in a jar. Many people complain that it smells like grandma's perfume or old lady's makeup. I love it. Afterall, vintage makeup is very refreshing and always been interesting. The scent reminds me of those happy old days when I played with my mother's makeup. And when you have it on your face, the smell disappears anyway. Don't be such a bitch complaining about everything. lol This powder is tops!
I will definitely repurchase soon!

Loose Powders -Coty -Airspun Loose Face Powder


I have absolutely nothing but good things to say about this powder. The price? A steal. The packaging is adorable and classic. The powder is a finely milled translucent shade that doesn't look cakey or leave a white residue. It also doesn't make my pores look bigger, which looking back, was an issue with the Maybelline loose powder I had used previously.

It is impossible to use "too much" of this powder, I put it all over my face and bake with it too, and somehow it doesn't cling to any areas or look ashen. Baking the undereyes with this is easy, I take the powder puff it comes with, fold it in half, dip it into a pile of the loose powder, then dab it along my undereyes and the highpoints of my cheekbones, under my cheek contour, and a bit on the Cupid's bow and center of my chin. It will mattify you GOOD, to the point where you may not need a single touch up in an 8 hour day, so if you are a dewy skin lover or a au natural type, this might be too much for every day wear.

For a long time I thought loose powder was loose powder, you've seen one you've seen em all, and boy was I WRONG... this blows other loose powders from the drugstore away (I haven't used Nyx HD in a while so I'm not sure how it compares to that one, but the others, yes), and gives the coveted Laura Mercier offering a run for its money. And indeed, that is a great powder as well, but for $40... hmm I'll stick with my Coty for the time being :)

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Fragrances -Coty -Emeraude

on 11/26/2017 3:21:00 PM


The absolute worst fragrance known to man! It smells like a funeral home inside of a funeral home it reeks harshly. I would not wear this perfume if it was the last perfume on the planet. AWFUL!

Fragrances -Coty -Vanilla Musk

on 10/5/2017 11:53:00 PM

By far my favorite of the ‘90s-era vanilla fragrances, this unassuming little charmer from
Coty is timeless and not overly sweet or caramelized. It’s not a complex masterpiece either— but that’s exactly the key to its timelessness and affability. You basically get an initial zesty pouf of orange that threatens to take the fragrance in a Creamsicle direction, but the orange quickly fades and you realize you’re dealing with a snuggly woodsy vanilla with a pronounced musk-sandalwood base. The musk component makes this a sweet skin-scent reminiscent of Arabian perfume oils. It’s simple, and very pleasant, with good tenacity but limited sillage. It’s a perfect daytime scent that feels natural and unassuming, but yummy and inviting.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Fragrances -Coty -Lovely by Sarah Jessica Parker

on 9/20/2017 12:22:00 PM


I bought the anniversary edition of this perfume. It comes in a pink reflective bottle, looks very pretty on your dressing table. The scent smells like the first waft you get when you walk into a posh hair salon; so whatever note is most prevalent in expensive shampoos must also be in this fragrance. It has a weak sillage. When I spray it on sheer curtains in my bedroom the scent has almost no presence. It is soft and light and best worn in spring and summer. It's not my style of perfume, but it has its place. Not until next April though.

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